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Photo listing: tracks (problem)

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Canal Road is wide and pedestrians proceeding along Plymouth Road have to cross it with no assistance, while traffic turns across them. Worth investigating benefits of an island.

The "virtual" pavement is unsafe. A stand alone pavement is required, separated from the road which is often completely blocked by lorries.

Single track bridge providing access to the town including HGV's, separate pedestrian/cycle bridge needed

Create an all weather surface for a footpath from the gate to St Davids Road round the front of the Golf Club to Down Road. At present pedestrians have to walk on mud in wet weather or on the road at a corner.

Pavement needed along new road

Pavement needed along new road

Pavement needed along new road

Pavement needed along new road

Pavement needed along new road

Pavement needed along new road

Pavement on both sides of Whitham Park narrows to nothing before meeting Whitchurch Road, which has no pavement on E side here. Pedestrians have to cross to W side and stand on road to be able to see. Crossing from Whitchurch Road they may … [more]

Church Road is so busy and narrow it really prevents children/families from walking to school/pre-school

Rough, narrow & uneven stone / mud path through grassed verge outside Golf Club and on towards Green Lane has to be used by pedestrians, as no pavement and golfers use the E side of the road and cars sweep round both corners. (Limit changes … [more]

There is only a very steep walkway up to the Embden Grange estate. Parents with pushchairs and wheelchair/mobility scooter users have to use the A road with no pavement at points where cars go past at 60mph. Utter madness.

Street lighting inadequate. Only pavement (W side) is narrow & often has trip hazards, eg litter, which cannot be seen. Should not need to carry a torch within 200m of town centre!

The new housing estate being built on W of New Launceston Road is separated from the road by a wide, raised, grass verge but no pavement. Residents wanting to walk south on the road eg to shops or schools will have to cross the busy road, … [more]

Along Plymouth Road overhanging vegetation makes passing on the pavement difficult.

The hedge on the lane next to the Works Depot is cut annually, but never properly to the boundary. Further up the lane brambles/nettles/soil that has fallen down the bank make passing difficult at any time.

Stretch of road with no pavement, though links sizeable estates with shops one way and open recreational space the other.

On this sloping corner the pavement on the southern side of Priory Close narrows to under 1m (& on the N ends entirely). There is no pavement on this side of Whitchurch Road so pedestrians must cross it here. At this point Priory Close … [more]

Old bridge, effectively single lane width on 2 way road. No pavement though shortest route for pedestrians from shops to nearby housing. Needs higher profile signs and road marking to slow vehicles. Could be start of 20mph zone in town … [more]

The pavement on this corner ends abruptly as it turns west into Chapel St. This leaves pedestrians (including elderly people and children attending the church opposite) having to cross on a blind corner near a car park exit. Extend to … [more]

There are several public rights of way that converge within this stretch of the A390. Unfortunately the road has no pavement and is both curved and sloping so you must walk directly in the road to connect the footpath. There is a lot of … [more]

This entrance to Bedford Car Park is dangerous for pedestrians walking out to turn onto Canal Road & eg bus station. Pavement only on NW side and v. narrow. Impossible to see if traffic (which includes coaches) approaching and about to … [more]

Garden Lane (both sides of Russell Street) would be a safer and more attractive shortcut for pedestrians if the surface was improved and better lit at night.

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